To susbscribe to International Union Rights online just choose the appropriate link below and enter your details when prompted.

To pay by another method such as bank transfer, cheque, etc. please contact the ICTUR office at the address below.

Institutions
(for universities, libraries, etc)

Access to International Union Rights for libraries, universities and other institutions is provided via JSTOR. Liaise with JSTOR directly to arrange access.
Print and / or electronic subscription
Access IUR journal via JSTOR

Individual access
(these rates are direct with ICTUR and are not open to libraries and institutions)

Sign up! International Union RIghts
journal, print

E-access
to journal

Trade Unions of the World
(reference book. print)
World map wall posters, print Cost

Individual print subscription

1 copy No No No £25
Print and electronic subscription
e-only subs
1 copy Yes No No £75
Electronic-only subscription
Print and e-subs
No Yes No No £60

Local union affiliations

Sign up! International Union RIghts
journal, print

E-access
to journal

Trade Unions of the World
(reference book. print)
World map wall posters, print Cost
Branch / local affiliation
3 copies Yes

1 copy

3 copies £75

National union affiliations, lawyers organisations, etc

 
 

National affiliation includes:

  • Bulk copies of International Union Rights journal

  • Copy/ies of the reference book Trade Unions of the World

  • World Map

  • Right to nominate candidates for ICTUR’s executive*

  • Discounted rates on commissioned research, legal, and technical services.

  • Access to 25-year online back catalogue of IUR journal

    Affiliation fees start at a highly discounted rate of just £25 for small unions in countries with very low GDP and those ranked in the lower tier on the Human Development Index, through 12 graded bands, up to £1000 for the larger unions in the OECD countries. These affiliation fees and subscription payments are the main source of support for ICTUR's work and publishing.

    Contact: ictur@ictur.org to discuss national and international affiliation options.


  • *Nominations are sought when vacancies arise, where contested elections are as outlined in ICTUR’s Constitution

    The International Centre for Trade Union Rights

    Established in 1987, ICTUR is a non-profit organisation
    based in London, promoting international trade
    union rights through research and advocacy services.
    Email: ictur@ictur.org / Web: www.ictur.org